Sometimes you want something that’s a little more bite-sized bit of a fun. Fantasy has the ability to transcend all kinds of lengths and still manage to be a lot of fun. I’ve written little bits of flash fiction and ungodly long epics, and I’ve enjoyed my time with each of them.
Jessica Tumminello has worked her magic on Soul Mirror, a young adult story about a girl named April who is a pretty flawed individual – more than OK with taking advantage of people to suit her own needs. That’s all changed with one spectacular gift, however.
April has been smart enough to fool a lot of smart people. Her life might not be perfect but she knows what she wants and how to get it, even if it means profiting at other people’s expense -that is, until she inherits a mystical box, that unleashes the truth about her soul. With the truth comes a question, and a promise. Can April face her true nature and change the outcome?
Tumminello has done a great job with this foray into the genre and into writing. If you’re interested in Soul Mirror, you should check it out on Amazon. Move quickly, too, because it’s free until the end of the night!
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